NYC Gets Own Summer Music Fest w/ a Strong Lineup: Catalpa
Hot time, summer in the city, music on the island. Randall’s Island that is. New York City is getting another large music festival, one that is slated to be larger than the annual Governor’s Ball Music Festival which started last year.
The Catalpa Music Festival, set to take place July 28 and July 29 at Randall’s Island, will feature more than 40 artists from a diverse array of musical genres.
Heading the bill are The Black Keys and Snoop Dogg, the latter of which will play his classic album “Doggystyle” in its entirety. Other acts on the bill for the two day fest include TV On The Radio, Girl Talk, A$AP Rocky, Umphrey’s McGee and Matisyahu.
Tickets are on sale now and three day weekend passes start at $139.99 through June 12. And by the way, according to the festival website, their will be an inflatable church for those spontaneous folks who want to get married on the spot. A drunken mistake or not.
Catalpa Festival Tickets 2012
|Saturday 11:00 AM||Catalpa Music Festival (Saturday Pass) with Snoop Dogg, The Black Keys, TV On the Radio Randalls Island – New York, NY tickets from $170|
|Saturday 12:30 PM||Catalpa Music Festival (Weekend Pass) with Snoop Dogg, The Black Keys, TV On the Radio Randalls Island – New York, NY tickets from $170|
|Sunday 11:00 AM||Catalpa Music Festival (Sunday Pass) with Snoop Dogg, The Black Keys, TV On the Radio Randalls Island – New York, NY tickets from $119|
Catalpa Music Festival Lineup 2012
Catalpa Music Festival Lineup Saturday July 28
The Black Keys, TV On The Radio, Umphrey’s McGee, Hercules And Love Affair, Zola Jesus, Felix Da Housecat, The Sheepdogs, Fort Atlantic, The Demos, The Aviation Orange, My Pet Dragon, and JDH & Dave P.
Catalpa Music Festival Lineup Sunday July 29
Snoop Dogg, Girl Talk, Matt And Kim, A$AP Rocky, Cold War Kids, Araabmuzik, Dirty Heads, Hook N’Sling, The Big Pink, Polish Ambassador, Aunt Martha, Hellfire Machina, and The Airplane Boys.
Snoop Dogg – Vato Music Video
The Black Keys – Tighten Up Music Video
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